How one man's trip to a toy store helped bring mobility

How one man's trip to a toy store helped bring mobility to disabled children

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A trip to a Toys 'R' Us inspired one man to bring mobility to hundreds of disabled children.

Nation Swell reports that 48-year-old Cole Galloway was inspired to turn the relatively inexpensive Power Wheels toy cars into safe and mobile vehicles for disabled children.

Galloway says the toy cars can be modified for around $200 which is a cheaper alternative to expensive electric wheelchairs.

Galloway's group Go Baby Go has retrofitted an estimated 100 toy cars for disabled children.

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